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As an artist's co-op, Uptown Gallery allows each visitor to experience the artwork and the artists who created it. The gallery's unique feature is that it is staffed by the artists themselves. Each time you visit the gallery you will have the rare opportunity to meet one of the artists whose work is shown here. The gallery has more than 30 outstanding artists, with work in a varied palette of media and techniques.

 Children’s Portrait Workshop with Brenda Stankus - Click for Information 

Tuesday - Friday 11am - 5pm
Saturday 11am - 4pm

first Fridays
Uptown Gallery is open the first Friday of every month 5pm - 9pm. During the first Friday opening light refreshments are served.
 Reception Friday April 4th 5pm to 9pm 

New Exhibit (April 4 – April 26, 2014)
“Cut and Paste” The exhibit opens April 4 in the ELM Loft Gallery and runs through April 26.
The reception will be on Friday April 4th from 5 to 9 p.m.
Using inspired combinations of paper, paints, recycled items, paper montage and cuttings, members of the Virginia Collage Society are unleashing their creativity at Uptown Gallery. Their exhibit, “Cut and Paste”, destroys traditional boundaries found in painting, drawing and printmaking. This elite group of Richmond artists creates works that range from paper cut-outs to painted, layered papers to found objects in combination with inks, watercolors, acrylics or oils, using paper, plastic or canvas as a support. Affiliated with the National Collage Society, the Virginia Collage Society was founded by Richmond artist Dare Boles in 2003. The exhibit runs from April 2 - May 31.
Exhibit will be in the ELM Gallery through May 31st.
Go to the ELM Gallery

Ongoing Exhibit "A Sense of Place & People"
In the Main Gallery, featured artists Arline Murphy and Anne Via continue their exhibit “A Sense of Place & People”. Mrs. Via’s painterly oil landscapes are mostly of Virginia scenes, ranging from the shore to the mountains, while Ms. Murphy’s impressionistic watermedia paintings are all about the figure. Her impressionistic style and her often experimental technique make her people all the more universal, and universally appealing. Guest artist Bonnie Shelor’s abstract experiments on yupo paper add impressive variety, along with the works of the nearly twenty other artists exhibiting. Exhibit will be in the Main Gallery through April 26th.
Go to the Main & Frable Gallery

Driving Directions
Click for Driving Directions. Free parking is available when you visit Uptown Gallery. You may park in the parking lot at the corner of Randolph and Main Streets. There is an entrance on Randolph Street.

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1305 West Main Street, Richmond VA 23220
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